This group is open to anyone whose life is affected by Huntington's Disease (HD). People with HD, family members, caregivers, friends, and people living at risk are all welcome to attend.
Call Karen 208-947-4283 or click here Reserve your Spot.
Build a support network with people who understand. Alzheimer's Association support groups, conducted by trained facilitators, are a safe place for people living with dementia and their care. Information HERE
Dr. Kara Kuntz, medical director of the St. Alphonsus Memory Center and Geriatric Program Development, will lead a monthly Q&A for your medical questions. Join us for this FREE informal session each month. Please RSVP by calling 208-608-7580 Detail here
Free, in-person for caregivers 18 and older who are caring for anyone of any age with any diagnosis. Register by contacting Stephanie Hoffman, PhD at email@example.com More information HERE
The Dermatology ECHO will provide comprehensive information for Indian Health Service, Tribal, and Urban Indian clinicians to improve dermatologic care and access for American Indian and Alaska Native people and provide holistic, culturally appropriate care locally for people living with dermatologic conditions.
IHS, Tribal, and Urban Indian Organization staff providing support for caregivers of individuals living with dementia and other chronic conditions that involve intensive family caregiving
The Memory Cafe is a place where family caregivers and their loved one with memory loss can get together with others for education and support in a safe and engaging environment. A time to take a break, socialize, share stories and support.
Month group meetings in Spanish for grandparents and relatives raising kinship children. Details here